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IET GB Power System Modelling Capability Reports

The IET were commissioned by the Council for Science and Technology (CST) “Energy Sub-Group” to conduct a research study and produce a report on the emerging challenges for modelling electricity systems and how Britain’s capabilities would need to be adapted to assess electricity system resilience as GB makes the transition to a low carbon electricity system. Find out more about the findings and recommendations made to the CST on the  CST web pages.

IET image boards are now available on Pinterest

The IET joins the social media image sharing website to provide more online tools to the engineering community The IET has recently launched its own image boards on Pinterest to share photos and visual concepts with other users. The current IET topic boards include Michael Faraday, Electric lighting, Telegraphy, Design and Production, Transport, Energy, Built Environment, Information and Communications, with additional boards to be added over time Pinterest is a discovery tool that allows people to find and share ideas for projects, ‘pin’ them to their own digital boards and follow boards that are of interest to them. Morethan 70 million people around the world use Pinterest as an information source. Users are invited to follow boards or pin any of the images contained within the boards to their own collections. To find the IET boards or follow us please visit: https://www.pinterest.com/theIET
For Energy board visit https://www.pinterest.com/theiet/energy/

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  IET Achievement Medals   Do you know somebody who you would like to nominate for one of these awards?  The IET Prestige Medals consist of the Faraday Medal , the Mountbatten Medal , the Mensforth Manufacturing Gold Medal and the JJ Thomson Medal for Electronics .  There are also up to five Achievement Medals available to individuals who have made major ... read more...
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